She's never had the courage to hold on to anyone. He never learned how to let go of what he wants.
Delaney Shaw isn't looking for anything complicated. After her teaching career is put on hold, she decides to spend the summer in Georgia with her best friend. Lanie lives for the here and now, and she isn't thinking past the end of the summer. She's never had any problem being unattached, because she learned a long time ago that life is safer that way.
Until Reece Walker decides to change her mind.
Almost a year after his ex-wife's death, Reece is still reeling from her passing. He's devoted himself to raising their son and working his family's farm to keep himself grounded. Reece feels like he's lost sight of the man he used to be, and he's not sure how to find his way back.
Everything changes when the woman he's unsuccessfully tried to forget walks back into his life.
Even though she's fighting their sizzling chemistry, Lanie is losing the war. But love isn't always like it is in the movies, and they have real issues. Lanie is terrified Reece's small town won't accept their interracial relationship, and she doesn't know how to let him in.
Lanie has had years to build her defenses, but Reece isn't the sort to give up without a fight. If he can counter Lanie's fears with the future only he can offer her, maybe they can both learn to breathe again.
"Brace yourselves to fall hard for Reece Walker. You don't want to miss meeting your new book boyfriend." - Rebecca Paula, author of the SUTTON COLLEGE series and EVERLY AFTER
"Reading As You Breathe Again felt like curling up with a mug of my favorite tea. Molli Moran handles difficult issues with tenderness, warmth, and depth." - Elizabeth Barone, author of THE NANNY WITH THE SKULL TATTOOS